I am the same way. After I ride one buck I'm just like, "bring it on!" My first horse would do a few crowhops the Fest canter of the day every ride. If I rode it, we were good, if I came off well then she was bad for a couple days. I broke her myself and I sure came off a lot! But I also learned what not to do, like don't get mad and hit/kick her or she'll just buck. I learned a lot riding that horse. Posted via Mobile Device
It just so weird. You know :p she (the horse) was wanting to go back (we were riding in a field and you can easily go back to the driveway) and so she doesnt listen that much. But im all like "deal with it. Im riding you and you can't spend your life in the barn so cowgirl up!! >:O " I can feel her really wanting to canter too but I wait until she isnt doing her little "im so hyper" dance. The first canter there was a little buck, then the second time there was another, and then after that... buck..buck...and then I almost made it...it was too big of a buck... I was holding on the the neck.... at the canter...and then I lost my grip.... down I went...my back hitting the ground... my helmet capped head meeting the ground also.. Angel (ironic isnt it?) canters to the driveway and stops right in front of the cross ties. As she run away I, who never yells, goes "ANGEL!!!!!!". My friend grabs her... I grab her and bring her back in to the field and we just to some walking and trotting. Then I told Angel that I hated her (i always do when she's bad) and that she would get no sugar cubes . She kept looking at my friend like "can I go back to the barn now?". Slowly but surely I am getting more fearless and I want to 'ride the wave' rather than get off.
And so today I experienced my first ever fall in my 4 years of riding... ok.. I didnt fall off.. I was bucked off